Clark Fork River
About the Clark Fork
The Clark Fork River stretches more than 280 miles from the confluence of Silver Bow Creek and Warm Springs Creek to the Idaho border. Dry fly fishing on the Clark Fork picks up early April with the Skwala, BWO, and March Brown hatches. The Clark has good Golden Stone and PMD hatches through July. August and September can produce excellent hopper fishing . The Trico Mayfly hatches at the end of August and runs into October. This hatch is fun but challenging and provides many targets. The fall has the BWO and Mahogany Mayfly hatches and can be some of the best dry fly fishing of the season. The Clark Fork River has great dry fly and streamer fishing opportunities most of the season and is one of our favorite rivers to guide on.